Summary of Purchasing Strategy and Systems - All required articles - University of Twente - MSc Business Administration
Summary of all requires articles for the subject "Purchasing Strategy and Systems" - University of Twente - MSc Business Administration. The summary contains the following articles:
1.Eatough, M. (2014). Leaders Can No Longer Afford to Downplay Procurement.
2.Capron L., & Chatain, O. (2008). Competitors' resource‐oriented strategies: Acting on competitors' resources through interventions in factor markets and political markets.
3.Chopra, S., & Sodhi, M. S. (2012). Managing risk to avoid supply‐chain breakdown.
4.Cox, A., Sanderson, J., & Watson, G. (2001). Supply chains and power regimes: toward an analytic framework for managing extended networks of buyer and supplier relationships.
5.Ellram, L. M., Tate, W. L., & Feitzinger, E. G. (2013). Factor‐Market Rivalry and Competition for Supply Chain Resources.
6.Hofmann, E. (2005). Supply Chain Finance‐some conceptual insights.
7.Krause, D. R., Handfield, R. B., & Tyler, B. B. (2007). The relationships between supplier development, commitment, social capital accumulation and performance improvement.
8.Markman, G. D., & Krause, D (2016). Theory building surrounding sustainable supply chain management: Assessing what we know, exploring where to go.
9.Pulles, N. J., Veldman, J., Schiele, H., & Sierksma, H. (2014). Pressure or pamper? The effects of power and trust dimensions on supplier resource allocation.
10.Rice, J. B., & Caniato, F. (2003). Building a secure and resilient supply network.
11.Rozemeijer, F. A., Weele, A., & Weggeman, M. (2003). Creating corporate advantage through purchasing: toward a contingency model.
12.Schiele, H. (2010). Early supplier integration: the dual role of purchasing in new product development.